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Promoting mindfulness and readiness to change: A comparison of teaching strategies for college students mandated to alcohol and drug education
College substance use is a serious problem, partly because many students do not view their use as problematic. Designing effective prevention programs that enhance awareness and life-skills can pose a tremendous challenge ...
User centered intervention model for social communication: A case study
Social communication is an important part of life because it has the ability to establish close relationships with family, develop relationships with friends with whom to share time and interests, and allow for exchanges ...
Play experiences of children with restricted mobility
This study used a phenomenological approach to examine the characteristics of play and perceptions of play experiences of children with restricted mobility. Ten children between six and 12 years of age, with restricted ...
Doctoral entry-level requirements: Perceptions and perspectives of practicing physical therapists in Western New York State
In 2000, the American Physical Therapy Association presented their Vision 2020 statement that includes the premise that all physical therapists will be at the doctoral level by 2020. The purpose of this qualitative study ...